Lucien Carr was a friend of Jack Kerouac’s, Allen Ginsberg’s, and William S. Burroughs’s. Then Carr killed a man.
Nicholas E. Barron Posts
R. M. Ryan delivers in The Lost Roads Adventure Club poems dripping with reminiscence. There are poems about his childhood, a mid-century Midwestern boyhood, about…
E. B. White’s One Man’s Meat exemplifies its authors talent. And it’s a book fitting for American readers today. Find out why.
The New Yorker is a difficult periodical to read each week. In this piece, Nicholas Barron explains how he gets through each issue.
Not many people can catch a hummingbird in their hand. In this essay, Nicholas Barron remembers one person who could: His grandmother.
Pride Month 2019 marks 50 years since the Stonewall riots. Here’s something to remember and focus on this year.
The Game of Thrones finale received a lot of criticism. Is there an impact of that disparagement on those who created the show?
Chanda Feldman produces poems in Approaching the Fields that share the African American experience through a family’s stories.
The Minneapolis Institute of Art is worth visiting if you’re in the Twin Cities. Find out why in this blog post by Nicholas Barron.
Jim Whiteside came to my attention via Twitter, though I don’t remember the details. Maybe a poet I followed retweeted one of his tweets. Or,…